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Four Famous Americans – Abraham Lincoln (audio product) For other FREE Audio Titles, click here!
Essential learning for any young student of American History, biographies of Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, Daniel Webster and George Washington. These stories help us get to know the gentleman as people and then take us through their great accomplishments that make us appreciate their place in American history.
Caterpillar Circles & Color Sequencing Game
The Caterpillar Circles and Color Sequencing game is a great way to introduce colors, color words and practice sequencing skills. A Caterpillar template is provided, along with Color Circles with and without the Color words, and 6 Sequencing Cards.
Parts of a Flower Cards
Montessori parts of a flower nomenclature cards.
Composer Notebooking Pages
These Free Composer Notebooking Pages can be used with any composer you choose. Just grab a living book about your composer, and use these pages to write about all you’ve learned.
Copywork Notebooking Pages (Animal Designs)
Designed to be used in a variety of copywork settings! Whether you are using them for Bible passages, poetry, literature, quotes, or other types of selections, you should be able to find a page with the right amount of lines needed that will “showcase” your child’s copywork without the clutter of unused lines.
Days of the Week Bulletin Board Activity
The Days of the Week Bulletin Board activity is a great way to introduce the weekdays. Students move a ladybug marker along as the week progresses.
Math Mats – Addition & Subtraction
These Math Mats allow for the use of counters (e.g. buttons, pebbles, blocks) as well as corresponding number cards.
20 Factors That May Identify Dyslexia
A very useful check list that you can go through if you have a feeling that your child is having problems with reading.
What is dyslexia?
So you have done the check list and your child ticks many of the boxes. Here are some more facts to help you with your research into the condition. Armed with these facts you can seek the help you need for your child and know that you have a good understanding of what the condition entails.